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Any country that will embrace development either socially, economically or politically must take education as a priority. Education is not only free; it is compulsory up to the age of 16 in every province in Canada. Yes that right. It is COMPULSORY. That shows the value that is place on Education in Canada. Even if schooling weren’t legally compulsory, we’ve grown to think of it as the only legitimate path to adulthood. Imagine a man that has never pass through the four walls of school until age 18; all you need to do is to allow him to speak for just a minute and it will be evident that a major part of his life is defective.

There is no doubt, one of the major reasons African Countries are still listed among the developing nations of the world is because of our literacy level. ACADEC Canada is set to re-write this narative through various means like:-

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We depend on students, Canadians and Africans that share our vision. We provide opportunities for internships, Co-op programs and also avail volunteers with the opportunity to get credit for community development programs.

Institutional Collaboration

ACADEC forms partnership with institutions, organizations and associations that share the same vision and value with us.

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ACADEC Volunteer Board of Directors oversee the organization's activities; and ensure staffs and volunteers stay focused on realizing our visions, both here in Canada and in Africa.

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We are presently compiling a list of legal practitioners and development experts of African descents, irrespective of their location around the world that will work for us on pro bono basis in Canada.